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Can speech stream segmentation instruction improve listening comprehension and listening self-efficacy in lower intermediate learners?

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This study investigated the effects on listening comprehension and self-efficacy of teaching speech stream segmentation to a group of Grade 11 learners of French over a period of 15 weeks. Participants (N=45) came from two intact groups of French as a second language at a school in the south east of England. In the experimental group (n=24), learners undertook a variety of listening exercises aimed at improving their ability to segment the speech stream. The comparison group (n=21), taught...

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MSc
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2020-03-30

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